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|Author||Elizabeth Gwen Originals|
The Original Scrappy Organizer is a fun and cute way to keep your receipts, coupons, or other small items organized and close at hand! Inside there are 5 pockets to separate receipts or coupons by category, or however you choose! This functional organizer can be made out of scrap pieces of fabrics you already have, and it is quick to make! This Scrappy Organizer is suitable for beginning to advanced sewers. The finished organizer will measure 7 1/2" wide by 5" high (when closed) It will take about an hour to an hour and a half to complete.
This e-book does not contain any pattern pieces. It gives you instructions and measurements to cut out the pieces you will need. I am always available by email if you have any questions or need some help!
Materials needed to complete this project are:
-5 scrap pieces of fabric measuring 7 x 8 inches for inside pockets
-2 scrap pieces of fabric measuring 8 x 9 inches for the outer cover and inner lining (you may also use 2 coordinating 1/4 yard pieces of fabric for the outer fabric, lining and pockets and you will have some fabric left over)
-1/4 yard of fusible interfacing
-9 inch piece of elastic cord
-a coordinating button
-Straight edge ruler
-Rotary cutter and self healing mat or scissors
-Iron and ironing board
Contains 10 Pages of Instructions
19 Full Color Photos
This is a great organizer and easy to follow instructions!
Great use for extra scraps!!! Great gifts, super easy to make!!!
Great little organizer. I added tabs to the top of each section and use it as a coupon organizer.
Copyright ©2010 Elizabeth Gwen originals. All rights reserved. No part of this eBook may be redistributed or reproduced in any way. This eBook is for personal, at home use only. Items you make from this eBook may be sold in limited quantities providing you purchased this pattern from me or an authorized dealer, and credit must be given to Elizabeth Gwen Originals as the pattern designer, either by posting it in your online listing or writing it on a tag if you sell at a craft fair.